Iggy Pop Latest News archive 8
Iggy and Peaches: "Kick
Not So Silent Night
Go ask Alice...
Me and Iggy were
giggin' with Ziggy and kickin' with the MC5
BEHIND THE MUSIC OF THE TALK SHOWS.
When it comes to musical guests, late-night talk shows are as different as their wise-cracking hosts. Late Show With David Letterman, for one, is known for showcasing critically respected artists, while Last Call With Carson Daly has a teen-friendly TRL edge. We spoke to the folks who bring you the tunes in the wee small hours. --Catherine Wise
LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN
RECENT GUESTS: Clay Aiken, Shelby Lynne, and the Alkaline Trio. "We try to book music we'd want to listen to," says Late Show producer Sheila Rogers, who arranges the acts with music coordinator Sheryl Zelikson. "At the same time, we also try to showcase the phenomenon of the moment." ON THEIR WISH LIST: the Rolling Stones, Neil Young. MEMORABLE PERFORMANCE: "Iggy Pop was shirtless and wearing long gold gloves and had a large bunch of broccoli hanging from his neck," Rogers recalls. "He proceeded to run into the audience. People were frightened."
top promotional downloads.(Brief Article)
Skull Ring is also #39 on the Billboard charts :-)
12.11.03: Iggy is scheduled to participate in WBAI's fundraiser in the afternoon.
Philly radio station Y100 will be hosting a special
Iggy show at the Khyber,
56 S. Second Street, Philadelphia, PA, a small venue (app.125 capacity)
December 15th. You can only win tickets be calling in on air or registering
at their website.
12.3.03: Seattle Update: Iggy will host the Deck The Hall Ball, Dec. 11th, featuring Linkin Park and Rancid, as well as do a radio interview that morning. The station doesn't broadcast online unfortunately...
12.2.03: More more more Iggy!
12.1.03: WRIF audio interviews, AOL Sessions, the making of LNIA, Casby Awards, pix.
The AOL Sessions
can be accessed by using the keyword Iggy then
More video for
those who don't mind downloading a little demo software
New Orleans review:
Artist: Iggy &
"I am you,
motherfucker," screams 56-year old James Osterberg. He
It's a warm Saturday
evening in City Park, and James Osterberg -
Alas, was it ever
so. Nobody liked the Stooges in 1969, and precious
Guitarist Ron Asheton
looks dressed for a trip around Home Depot, but
There is enough
applause to persuade Iggy to return for an encore, but
Iggy's on the David Letterman again tonight, Monday Dec.1.
For those of you
who haven't seen these yet, an artsitically
11.14.03: Another LNIA video, LA Times review of ATP
live Miami version of LNIA (Churchill's, recorded 10.22.03) is up
November 11, 2003.
Rocking the Queen Mary
An electrifying performance by Iggy & the Stooges ended the All Tomorrow's Parties music festival in Long Beach on a high note.
Sunday's second and final day of the eclectic All Tomorrow's Parties music festival at the Queen Mary in Long Beach was a mellow affair, largely devoid of security hassles and the huge lines reported Saturday. Crowds eagerly gathered in both the ship's smaller nightclub room and the nearby waterfront park, with seemingly everyone converging on the outdoor space for an electrifying closing set by Iggy & the Stooges.
Curated by "The
Simpsons" creator Matt Groening, the program reflected the cartoonist's
skewed taste, with avant-garde noodling (seasoned minimalist Terry Riley),
ethereal song craft (Cat Power), bad joke acts (Har Mar Superstar) and
lame Zeppelin imitations (the Mars Volta).
Another standout was a rare reunion set by New York avant-funksters James Chance & the Contortions, with a mostly original lineup playing enthusiastically distorted numbers such as "Almost Black."
But Iggy was the undisputed king, backed by original Stooges guitarist Ron Asheton and his drummer brother, Scott, plus saxophonist and longtime associate Steve MacKay and bassist Mike Watt. This lineup appeared at last spring's Coachella festival, but that didn't diminish the sheer thrill of witnessing one of rock's last bona-fide antiheroes do his dance-along-the-edge thing.
Shirtless, rail-thin, tight jeans super-glued down low, Iggy wasn't exactly a pretty sight at 56, but he remained a powerful, hip-canted, legs-planted punk shaman. Fully engaged, he danced feverishly, fearlessly crowd-surfed and roared as if poised to devour every last listener.
Along with such tight, blazing classics as "TV Eye," "I Wanna Be Your Dog" (inexplicably performed twice) and "1970," the band offered an epic, soulful rendition of "Dirt," which Iggy dedicated to late singer-songwriter Elliott Smith. Even the less compelling new material felt fresh, with the closing "Dead Rock Star" providing an appropriately sardonic kicker for the whole freaky night.
Thanks love ;-) I forgot to ask whats on the menu?:-)
LNIA video now up at @ http://www.iggypop.com
version of Little Know it All from the VMALAs.
LEIBOVITZ AMERICAN MUSIC PHOTOS
Regina Hackett: "Iggy Pop looks like he'd been run over and got up again, like a cartoon character."
Annie Leibovitz: "He came to the door with his shirt off and said he didn't want to be photographed without his shirt, but he never put it on. His body's a road map of hard travel. It's hard to resist."
talked to them, there are 2 new Leibovitz pix, not the Vanity Fair nude,
remember this one?
Here's a picture of Iggy and Scott at the Tower record promo last week, thanks E.S.
There are 3 versions of Skull Ring: released
os of this date
After announcing the return of Body Count earlier this year, Ice-T continues to record with the collective which now has a title for its forthcoming album: Murder for Hire. The rapper, who said the group's first album in seven years should be ready for release by 2004, held court Wednesday night with Iggy Pop at the rocker's record-release party at New York's Trust Lounge Also in attendance were actress Shannen Doherty, members of Sum 41, Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst, Minutemen/ Firehose bassist Mike Watt and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" food-and-wine connoisseur Ted Allen.
Churchill's in Miami reports that Sum 41 shot a music video at the venerable venue on Wednesday night, Oct 22rd, and that punk icon and South Floridian Iggy Pop popped up on stage with them. The audience of about 200 watched them shoot the video, then they cleared out the venue of the equipment, and the boys played 5 songs starting at midnight. (Churchill's wins all the local venue awards in Miami.)
a new article about Iggy and Sum:
Iggy will co-host on VH1 Classic, which airs and repeats throughout the day on Saturday, November 15th. The promo is currently playing on the hour there.
Iggy and the Stooges on a videoclip from the New Orleans Voodoo Festival, performing "Real Cool Time" and "No Fun" altho the audio is absent on the latter. Go to the VOODOO PASS section.
I'll have alot of new pix up as soon as I have time to resize them for the web.
10.28.03: Preview the new CD Skull Ring on VH1, on sale in the US Nov. 4th, 2003.
10.17.03: Courtesy of iggypop.com:
IGGY IN-STORE APPEARANCES
11/3 New York
* * * * * *
Iggy & the Stooges are the latest act to be added to the fifth annual Voodoo Music Experience. The reunited Iggy Pop-fronted act will play Nov. 1 in the middle of the three-day event in New Orleans City Park.
"Little Know It All" the video here!
9.27.03: New Stooges concert reviews here.
ARTHUR MAGAZINE salutes THE RETURN OF IGGY & THE STOOGES
Arthur No. 6 (Sept 03) is now available!!! It features:
* Kristine McKenna
talking at length with IGGY POP. The last time she
* RON & SCOTT
ASHETON discussing their past, present and future with Jay
* How bassist MIKE
WATT ended up onstage with Iggy & the Stooges, in his own
* DON FLEMING on the lost Wylde Ratttz sessions that have led to so much more...
* Tons of amazing
photographs by Peter Whitfield from the Stooges' stunning live
This issue of ARTHUR also includes some other Michigan/'60s/'70s-related stuff:
* This fall, American
national treasure JOHN SINCLAIR says farewell to the USA
* Matt Leum interviews
documentary filmmaker SAM GREEN about his new film on the
* James Parker
reviews SHEMANE NUGENT's memoir, "Married To A Rock Star." Oh
ARTHUR is FREE.
It is distributed to the mom-'n'-pop stores of North America, as
You can also order
copies by mail order for $5 postpaid in the USA. Info is
9.19.03: Listen to "Little Know It All" from the forthcoming CD "Skull Ring here. Thanks Gui.
See "9 Moments of Rock and Roll" photographs by Sue Rynski here. Vintage photos of Iggy, Fred Smith, Rockaction.
Additional reviews and articles 2003 here.
9.09.03: On Monday Sept 2, 2003 BBC 6Music celebrated Iggy Pop's career with Iggy Day. There were exclusive tracks from the new album Skull Ring in all of the daytime shows. Played classic Iggy throughout the day and archive interviews. The 6 Music online team have recently created an artist's page for Iggy which is available to view now (audio interview files too.)
41 will perform with Iggy at MTV's Latin Awards in Miami in October. They'll
film by MICHAEL W. DEAN
The Director will be flying in from Los Angeles to present the film and answer questions.
A one-hour documentary depicting a collection of portraits and profiles from a fascinating group of underground icons and overlooked unknowns working in various media including print, film, graphic art, performance art, and music. The two-dozen interviewees are all true mavericks that operate outside of any "studio system", are beholden to no one, and produce influential and quality art regardless of a continuous paycheck.
featuring in-depth Interviews including:
Ian MacKaye (Fugazi), Lydia Lunch, Mike Watt (Minutemen), J Mascis (Dinosaur jr.), Jim Rose (Jim Rose Sideshow), Jim Thirlwell (Foetus), Richard Kern (Filmmaker), Ron Asheton (Stooges), Madigan Shive (Bonfire Madigan), Dave Brockie (Gwar) and more.
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8.27.03: Iggy tonight AND tomorrow night
MTV2 Presents a
8:00 PM / Doors
open at 7
AFI - Girl's Not
maybe a redundency for some of you but, the Detroit review:
8.20.03: News catch-up after the Blackout of 2003. I drove all the way to DTE in case the radio was wrong! :-) Will attend the rescheduled date at DTE, Clarkston, MI. 8/25/03. The summer 2003 reviews and articles are here. I will add more as they come. Preshow local arts weeklys' articles here and here.
Join Iggy Pop and the Stooges, plus special guests, for a great night of music in support of LIFEbeat and its HIV/AIDS education programs.
ON SALE Thursday,
August 21st at 10:00 AM
Iggy and the stooges will play All Tomorrows Parties on the Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA 11/8-9/03.
New official Iggy Pop website here.
**Thanks all who have contributed info and please forgive me for not giving credit, I have been on the road 1400 miles this past week and my mail is a MESS!**
from The Japan Times (thanks Steve B!)
Hope to see many of you at Clarkston, August 14th. We'll be wearing red carnations again, row FFF:-)
Mallorca setlist/review; transatlantic Iggy sighting
is the set list of this incredible show in Mallorc . Duration of
show began at 1:25 p.m. and it was very amazing with Iggy jumping,
Manel (An Iggy Fan from the Catalan Countries)
Transatlantic Iggy sighting: 6-7-03
of my friends from work flew home from Paris to Miami on Friday and who
friend noticed that Iggy was wearing two different shoes--a heavy clog
mystery of "The Passenger" was solved once my friend arrived
Ah, such luck! I would never end up on the same plane as Iggy!
Hope you enjoyed this brief Iggy encounter ...
from Iggy's neighbor, Julie in South Florida
7.01.03: Boston reviews and pix: Veinna pix.
At 56, Pop still has lust for life
By Tom Kielty, Globe Correspondent, 6/30/2003
here was a carnival atmosphere on Boston's Fan Pier Friday evening when alternative radio station WFNX-FM (101.7) concluded its Best Music Poll celebrations with a Grand Finale at the FleetBoston Pavilion. From the retro fun of seeing how many passengers could fit into a Volkswagen to the decidedly futuristic mechanized rock-climbing wall, the concourse teemed with a wide-ranging audience of music fans.
While the majority looked happy simply to be near an ocean breeze on a day that lingered in the high 80s, there were distinct camps visible. The punk veterans, waiting for headlining legend Iggy Pop, traded glances with the campy Fischerspooner crowd while the next generation of fans waited anxiously for alterna-upstarts the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the aptly titled Hot Hot Heat. In the end, the bill turned out to be a wonderful smorgasbord, with Pop delivering the main course with an urgency that men half his age would be hard-pressed to match.
The 56-year-old Pop is a whirling dervish onstage, and over the course of an hour-plus set he once again solidified his legacy in the history of nonmainstream music. Stalking the stage like a recently liberated animal, Pop drove his band, the unknown English upstarts the Trolls, through an encyclopedic overview of his career that gathered the blistering force the artist's work has always commanded. Whether on the brief stage dive the shirtless singer took during a walloping ''I Wanna Be Your Dog'' or leading a singalong chorus on the throbbing ''The Passenger,'' he proved himself a tireless torch-bearer of punk's earliest glories.
Pop seemed happily willing to visit a wide range of stops from his influential career, bringing the same extraordinary energy to such obscurities as ''Cold Metal'' and ''Sixteen'' that he brought to the classic ''Search & Destroy.'' Pop's set was fueled by a sparking intensity that never hesitated.
Performing before him were avant electronic experimentalists Fischerspooner. The duo, backed by a bevy of scantily clad ladies, were a well-choreographed train wreck, intentionally starting and stopping tracks to chastise the audience with playfully blue admonitions. Their over-the-top theatrics were a rousing success in terms of shock value, but the synth-heavy dub beats they delivered grew repetitive by the set's end.
The event's first two performances came from younger artists riding waves of buzz and current radio singles. New York's Yeah Yeah Yeahs were led by provocative singer Karen O, who, in matching hot pants and tank top, cut a sexy figure prowling the stage with microphone in one black-gloved hand and a beer bottle in the other. Their ''Date With the Night'' had a menacing sound, but the bass-less trio struggled at times to find the large stage's low end.
Vancouver's Hot Hot Heat earned points for consistent energy in the day's first and warmest set. The group's frenetic energy propelled it through a parade of keyboard-heavy mayhem, and despite a poor sound mix, the band's hit ''Bandages'' woke the crowd for the long night of rock that lay ahead.
This story ran on page D15 of the Boston Globe on 6/30/2003.
Iggy unleashes raw power of punk rock
Iggy Pop, with Fischerspooner, Hot Hot Heat and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, FleetBoston Pavilion, Friday night.
Most of the time, you go to a concert to hear some rock 'n' roll. But when you go to an Iggy Pop concert, it's to see rock 'n' roll in the flesh, shirtless and squirming in skin-tight jeans.
And there he was Friday night at the FleetBoston Pavilion, the incarnation of and inspiration for nearly everything good about pop music over the past 30 years. The songs ranged from seminal Stooges material (including a rampaging "TV Eye") to his unfairly maligned last album (2001's "Beat 'Em Up," probably that year's best rock record).
It was one of Iggy's (and his band, the Trolls) more workmanlike shows, which means only two microphones were broken and only one bass stack was climbed. At age 56, Iggy was more anarchic than most of today's teenagers, and smarter than most of their parents.
He was also probably invisible to anybody more than 10 rows back, since the spotlight never came on. His mad dash into the audience helped him connect a bit more.
Unfortunately, there were no previews of material from his upcoming album, which will include four new songs written with the surviving Stooges. But we can wait. Iggy will probably outlive us all, and his primal breed of rock 'n' roll will outlive him.
In a rare live show, opening act Fischerspooner, the delirious New York performance artists, staged a hilariously lavish satire of pop spectacle, from dance routines to lip syncing.
out the stellar bill put together by FNX Radio were New York wunderkinds
the Yeah Yeah Yeahs (who were hot, hot, hot) and Canadian new-wavers Hot
Hot Heat (Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!).
6.23.03: New Stooges date!
pop singer Iggy Popand former Italian top model and now singer Carla Bruni
smile after being awarded Knight in the Arts and Letters order in
Paris Saturday June 21, 2003.
are going fast at http://ticketmaster.com for the Iggy and the
reunited Stooges have also recorded four new songs together, which
18/6/03 Train, Århus, Denmark setlist, Thanks Tomas :-)
and comments, Vienna, Austria June 17th 2003.
6.17.03: The August 14th Iggy and the Stooges show at DTE in Clarkston, MI has been confirmed.
The Hamburg show June 15th, 2003. In the beginning Iggy said in German: "We are all looking great and we are all a bit horny!" Security had quite a time with the crowd during the rush to the stage during Passenger, held in a nice city park, crowd of 2000 plus.
Here is the official setlist Iggy's show in Hamburg, June 15th, 2003.
Played 70 mins, usual time. Thanks Gen!
Vienna Tonight. Talked to DTE yesterday about the August 14th Stooges show in Clarkston, MI, who said nothing's signed yet but it will probably happen, THEY had not announced the August 14th gig yet. No confirmation from management as yet.
Hope to see many of you in Clarkston! The new site is beautiful Gui:-)))
6.04.03: Subject: Stooges in Detroit! Awaiting official confirmation :-)
& the Stooges will play DTE in August
BY BRIAN MCCOLLUM
A reunited Iggy Pop & the Stooges will play the DTE Energy Music Theatre on Aug. 14, a date confirmed Tuesday by sources close to the band and by Clear Channel Entertainment.
Tickets are expected to run from $22 for lawn seats to $48 for pavilion seats. Sale info is not yet available. Also scheduled for the bill: New York noise-rock outfit Sonic Youth. Several contemporary Detroit rock bands may be invited to play as well.
The concert comes amid a flurry of new activity for Iggy, guitarist Ron Asheton and drummer Scott Asheton, who formed in Ann Arbor in 1967 and quickly became one of the area's leading live acts. The Asheton brothers joined Iggy in January for studio sessions in Florida -- a move that has transformed into a full-fledged Stooges album set for recording this summer.
The album will be released by Virgin Records, home to Iggy Pop's solo work since the mid-1990s.
The threesome was joined by bassist Mike Watt for a well-received performance at April's Coachella festival in California, where they charged through songs from the group's first two albums.
The night at DTE could be a special one for hometown rock fans. Considered by many to be the most influential band ever to emerge from Michigan's famously fertile rock scene, the Stooges have enjoyed renewed international attention since the latest breakout of Detroit garage rock.
Mike Watt's tour diary: Coachella.
5.16.03: Skull Ring is the name of the new and final Virgin CD, also now including a track with Sum 41, and the release date has been pushed back till the fall. Read Rolling Stone article here.
Update of the Stooges' at Coachella by Creem magazine, plus resurrected archival material -- includling a great Lester Bang's article here.
Also,the world's premeiere futbal team, Manchestor United, is using Iggy's "Lust for Life" to get psyched up for games, their Norwegian star player being a dedicated Iggy fan. Thanks Dirt!
4.30.03: New page devoted to the Stooges reunion at Coachella -- reviews, pix here.
Momentous day in Indio, CA -- the reunion of iggy and the Stooges! Slated
to play at 9:10pm.
By Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
In Iggy & the Stooges' 1973 landmark album "Raw Power," singer Iggy Pop, previously Iggy Stooge, memorably casts himself as "the world's forgotten boy."
The Coachella rock festival in Indio this weekend seems designed in part to prove that he's anything but forgotten. Every aggressive performer on the bill, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis to the three Beastie Boys to the Hives' Howlin' Pelle, owe something to the whiplash dynamism Iggy brought to rock in the late '60s. And every raw representative of the so-called garage-rock revival, starting with fellow Detroiters the White Stripes, do what they do in large part because the Stooges fought hard to make a place for rock's primal impulses.
One other act will testify to their importance: the Stooges themselves, with Iggy and his original bandmates Ron and Scott Asheton on stage together for the first time since the mid-'70s. It's one of the most highly anticipated moments of the act-packed weekend.
"There had been intermittent suggestions to do some sort of reunion and I always stayed away from it," Pop said this week. "But since I was making a record and I wanted some guests, I thought, 'Well who would be the coolest guests?' And it came down to Ron and Scott, particularly because those are the two guys who got behind me when I was Joe Zilch basically."
The threesome recorded four songs for Iggy's upcoming album, opening the door to other options.
"It was super cool, I couldn't believe it," said Pop, 56. "So at that point it was a living unit, and so the possibility was there to do a gig, and somebody asked. That's all it really was. It just kind of happened naturally like a real band. This isn't the Eagles or the Sex Pistols.... It happened first in the studio with new tracks for release. I wouldn't do this had that not happened."
They probably won't play the new songs at Coachella (where they'll be joined by L.A.'s Mike Watt on bass), but Iggy said that the sound is unmistakable.
"If somebody put it on you'd say ... 'Is that the ... Stooges?' Yeah, it sounds like the band. There's one that's a definite departure, a step further, and there are three that sound much closer."
That's great news to a certain brand of rock fan for whom the Stooges are the Beatles of Basic, the source of everything significant in the music for the past three decades. They made only three formal albums, but in the process they redefined -- or rediscovered -- what rock could mean.
The Stooges crawled out of the Ashetons' basement in Ann Arbor, Mich., and confronted a complacency that could be softened only by the creepiest of dirges and breached only by the most the ferocious sonic battering ram. With Ron playing guitar and his brother Scott on drums (the late David Alexander was the original bassist), they were a troglodytic reminder of rock's primal foundations.
"I started out just wanting to front a musically adventurous band which would of necessity work with very, very basic skills," Pop said this week. "My skills were so basic, so I had to find some guys as basic as I was. And they were coming more from the standard high school dropouts on the corner wanting to be rock stars, and we sort of met somewhere in the middle."
They also demanded attention by virtue of the scrawny, bare-chested singer's punishing, unpredictable stage persona.
"We know if you were gonna have some sort of a rock band, there had to be kineticism, there had to be a lift to it, and we weren't really getting it," Pop recalled. "We were livin' in a farmhouse on the edge of town, and it was winter, and one day our manager refused to heat our rehearsal room, and I went crazy.
"And when I went crazy, the anger caused me to insult him as I sang, and ... I began dancin' around as I insulted him, and the band began to play in a way they'd never really played before, and at that moment we had a style. The one thing fed the other. We had a style.... There was a lot of aggro involved and that grew in all sorts of ways. But there was always something positive under it."
Anti-virtuosity, brink-of-chaos maneuvers and remorseless riffing are standard fare now, but it just wasn't done in that more polite era, at least with any expectation of being taken seriously.
The Stooges were mocked and reviled by the mainstream, but an audience of core rock fans grasped them as a lifeline. That following gave rise to glam (David Bowie became a Stooges patron and collaborator) and punk (the Stooges' "No Fun" was the last song the Sex Pistols played live before breaking up), later to grunge and garage rock -- every movement that treasured statement and individuality over dull professionalism.
After "Raw Power," which added guitarist James Williamson to the lineup, Iggy (born James Osterberg) embarked on a varied solo career, hanging in the past all expectations, given his legendarily self-destructive way, and assuming the patina of an elder statesman.
If rock doesn't currently need the radical jolt the Stooges administered three decades ago, Sunday's set (currently the band's only planned performance) should still draw undivided attention from the group's spiritual heirs
"When Nirvana and all that was coming up, it was, 'Well how do you feel about grunge being based on [your stuff]?' " said Pop. "And before that it was 'How do you feel about alternative?' It comes up from time to time.
"Sometimes there's just a chance similarity.... And then sometimes you actually hear people sing certain of your techniques or thought processes, using your stuff to re-create. Yeah, I feel fortunate, because there's a fine line that divides isolated crazy from visionary artiste. So one feels, 'Oh, this should help.' "
Iggy & the Stooges play Sunday, 9:10 p.m
Thanks Steve and Bill!
04.25.03: Iggy has already decided on the setlist for Coachella, only material from the first 2 albums, 45 - 60 min set. They are going to rehearse Friday and Saturday. Scotty has apparently designed T-shirts especially for the gig.
Iggy will also appear on the Jonathan Ross show the night before he plays the Isle of Wight Festival in June.
Have a great weekend all, especially those attending the Coachella show.
04.08.03: Denmark and Austria concert dates 2003.
Iggy is to play
Bank Austria Halle (Gasometer) Vienna,
Iggy is to play
Train, Aarhus, Denmark, Tuesday the
18th of June 2003.
Thanks, bully and Neils!
03.06.03: 2003 Iggy Pop appearances announced:
Material from the next CD, including collaberations with Green Day and the Asheton brothers is dueto be handed over to Virgin March 31.
New and rare additions to Dirt's Iggy Pop Tradelist! Iggy with Patti Smith in '77, Iggy with Nick Cave and more 2002 shows.
02.11.03: Creem update on the Asheton Bros in Miami with Iggy here.
Its not the Stooges, but a little something new...
NARCOTIC WIDE SCREEN
Soundbyte here. Enter Flash site discography.
/ fly like crows / shits gonna rock / anywhere you go
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01.15.03: Asheton Asheton Mascis Watt backstage in Tilburg Dec 6 2002. Thanks Gen :-)
01.07.03: As of this afternoon, according to Iggy's management, Ron and Scott Asheton will be joining Iggy in Miami next week to record 2 tracks for the new and final album for Virgin. James Williamson is not part of the project. Reunion concerts have not been discussed yet, but the purpose of this get together was to record the album and nothing more. The material is to be handed in to Virgin March 31st, for release May-June or even after the summer.
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